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10 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Vocabulary
Counterfeit
Cunning
Intercession
Invocation
made in imitation of something else with intent to deceive
cleverness or skill especially at tricking people in order to…
prayer, petition, or entreaty in favor of another
the act of asking for help or support especially from a god
Counterfeit
made in imitation of something else with intent to deceive
Cunning
cleverness or skill especially at tricking people in order to…
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English romeo and juliet act 2
conjure
jest
yonder
Virtue
Summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by ma…
Tell a joke; speak humorously... Def: to say something funny
Distant but within sight... Def:something you see from far away
A particular moral excellence... Def:something important
conjure
Summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by ma…
jest
Tell a joke; speak humorously... Def: to say something funny
11 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 2
Why do Mercutio and Benvolio laugh at…
What might happen to Romeo if he is fo…
Juliet is Romeo's?
Why doesn't Juliet want Romeo to swear…
He lept over the Capulet's wall to the garden.
Death
Sun
The moon is fickle and changes often.
Why do Mercutio and Benvolio laugh at…
He lept over the Capulet's wall to the garden.
What might happen to Romeo if he is fo…
Death
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Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Vocabulary
jest
impetuous
judicious
garish
to joke, prank
capable of sudden action, emotion or violence, brash, impulsive
possessing sound judgment, cautious, shrewd
marred by excessive ornamentation; gaudy
jest
to joke, prank
impetuous
capable of sudden action, emotion or violence, brash, impulsive
15 terms
English Romeo and Juliet Act 2
The party's is over and the boys are t…
He cannot tell them about_____ because…
Juliet says, "Don't swear that you lov…
Juliet switches from being very_____ t…
Rosaline
Juliet, families
is changing
mature, impulsive
The party's is over and the boys are t…
Rosaline
He cannot tell them about_____ because…
Juliet, families
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English act 2 Romeo and Juliet
Baleful
Brine
Cherish
Chide
Miserable, obsolete
Water saturated by salt
To care for, treat dearly
Harass, express disapproval
Baleful
Miserable, obsolete
Brine
Water saturated by salt
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Romeo & Juliet Act 2
jest
impetuous
judicious
garish
to joke
quick to act without thinking
sensible; showing good judgement
(adj.) glaring; tastelessly showy or overdecorated in a vulga…
jest
to joke
impetuous
quick to act without thinking
30 terms
English Romeo and Juliet Act 2
Extremities
Demesnes
Circle
Consorted
Difficulties
domains; regions
Magical place
Familiar
Extremities
Difficulties
Demesnes
domains; regions
29 terms
English Romeo and Juliet Act 2
Queen Elizabeth
Henry the 8th
Anne Boleym
Queen Mary
reign- 1558-1603
named himself supreme head of church
beheaded because of treason, wanted new wife so divorce was i…
(Tudor) half sister, imprisoned Elizabeth but refused to kill…
Queen Elizabeth
reign- 1558-1603
Henry the 8th
named himself supreme head of church
49 terms
English - Act 2 Romeo and Juliet
Sonnets
Dramatic irony
Irony
Sibilant
A lyric poem of 14 lines, 10 syllables per line. A sonnet is…
The contrast between what a character knows and what the read…
Use of words to mean something different from what they appea…
A repetition of "s" or "sh" sounds for a hissing effect... Rome…
Sonnets
A lyric poem of 14 lines, 10 syllables per line. A sonnet is…
Dramatic irony
The contrast between what a character knows and what the read…
15 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 2
Juliet's Balcony
Nurse
Friar Lawrence
Wants the families to stop fighting
Place where Romeo & Juliet meet after the party
Meets Romeo to see if he is serious about Juliet
Priest--Friend of Romeo
Reason Fr. Lawrence marries Romeo & Juliet
Juliet's Balcony
Place where Romeo & Juliet meet after the party
Nurse
Meets Romeo to see if he is serious about Juliet
12 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Vocabulary
Vanity
Jests
Inquire
Infinite
Excessive pride in admiration
Said or done for amusement
Ask for information
Limitless or endless
Vanity
Excessive pride in admiration
Jests
Said or done for amusement
english romeo juliet act 2
conjured
adjacent
invocation
bestride
make something
next to something
to ask for assistance
stand over
conjured
make something
adjacent
next to something
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English Romeo and Juliet Act 2
Adjacent
Retain
Perverse
Rancor
Next to or close to
To keep possession of
Deliberately unreasonable
Bitter resentment against someone
Adjacent
Next to or close to
Retain
To keep possession of
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Romeo and Juliet Act 2
cease
conjure
desire
excels
to put an end or stop to something
to call upon
a wish want
far exceeds does better
cease
to put an end or stop to something
conjure
to call upon
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english romeo and juliet act 2
soliloquy
aside
allusion
(juliet) but trust me, gentlemen, i'll…
monologue spoken by a character in a play when the character…
spoken by a character to the audience and not heard by actors…
reference to a person, place, event, or another piece of lite…
trust me i'll be more cunning than all the other girls you date
soliloquy
monologue spoken by a character in a play when the character…
aside
spoken by a character to the audience and not heard by actors…
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English Romeo and Juliet act 2
Adjacent
Discourse
Repose
Anon
Near
Talk, converse
Peace, rest, sleep
At once
Adjacent
Near
Discourse
Talk, converse
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Romeo and Juliet Act 2
Counterfeit
Cunning
Intercession
Invocation
made in imitation of something else with intent to deceive
cleverness or skill especially at tricking people in order to…
prayer, petition, or entreaty in favor of another
the act of asking for help or support especially from a god (…
Counterfeit
made in imitation of something else with intent to deceive
Cunning
cleverness or skill especially at tricking people in order to…
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English Act 2 Romeo and Juliet
Invocation
Envious
Discourse
Enmity
an incantation used in conjuring
feeling, expressing or characterized by envy
to narrate or discuss
deep-seated, often natural hatred
Invocation
an incantation used in conjuring
Envious
feeling, expressing or characterized by envy
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English, Romeo and Juliet, Act 2
Allusion
Apothecary
Banished
Couplet
A reference to famous person, place, event, or literary work.…
A person who prepared and sold medicines for people. 药剂师
To force someone to leave as punishment. 放逐
Two lines of poetry that from a unit. 对联
Allusion
A reference to famous person, place, event, or literary work.…
Apothecary
A person who prepared and sold medicines for people. 药剂师
20 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 2
adjacent
impute
baleful
inconstant
near or close to something
attribute
sinister
not remaining firm in mind or purpose
adjacent
near or close to something
impute
attribute
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English: Romeo & Juliet Act 2
What does Romeo mean when he says "he…
Where does Romeo go after the Ball?
What does Romeo say helps him climb th…
What does Romeo compare Juliet to?
Romeo means that Mercutio is making fun of him for loving Ros…
The Capulet Orchard
Love's light wings
The Sun
What does Romeo mean when he says "he…
Romeo means that Mercutio is making fun of him for loving Ros…
Where does Romeo go after the Ball?
The Capulet Orchard
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English: Romeo and Juliet Act 2
Mercutio is best described as a man of…
Juliet's soliloquy on the balcony (Sce…
When Romeo and Friar Laurence begin to…
What sentence best describes the nurse?
sharp wit.
another character over hears her and responds.
has spoken with the friar before about Rosaline.
She is foolish but loyal.
Mercutio is best described as a man of…
sharp wit.
Juliet's soliloquy on the balcony (Sce…
another character over hears her and responds.
11 terms
Romeo And Juliet Act 2
Conjure
Consort
Entreat
Porogue
summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by ma…
to associate; to keep company
To ask earnestly; to beg
to postpone, delay... Be discontinued
Conjure
summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by ma…
Consort
to associate; to keep company
34 terms
English Act 2 Romeo and Juliet
What does Romeo decide to do?
How does Mercutio try to get Romeo to…
What images of light and brightness do…
What mood or feelings do these images…
He decides to sneak into Capulet's property.
They mention Rosaline because they didn't know that he was mo…
Juliet is the sun. She is like the heaven. She is like a lamp…
It is a very happy mood.
What does Romeo decide to do?
He decides to sneak into Capulet's property.
How does Mercutio try to get Romeo to…
They mention Rosaline because they didn't know that he was mo…
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Romeo and Juliet - Act 2 Vocabulary
invocation
discourse
enmity
impute
(v.) the act of appealing for help
(v.) to narrate or discuss
(n.) deep-seated, often mutual hatred
(v.) credit, attribute; lay blame or responsibility for (some…
invocation
(v.) the act of appealing for help
discourse
(v.) to narrate or discuss
54 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 2
briefly summarize the chorus
where does Romeo go to get away from M…
what does Mercutio say to lure Romeo b…
what does Romeo compare Juliet to
their love is going to be tough going to be tough, but it is…
the orchard behind the wall in Juliet's house
stuff about Rosaline
the sun
briefly summarize the chorus
their love is going to be tough going to be tough, but it is…
where does Romeo go to get away from M…
the orchard behind the wall in Juliet's house
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Romeo and Juliet Act 2
What does Romeo ask the nurse to tell…
Who is the "Prince of Cats"?
What format is the prologue in?
What literary device is "Now old desir…
Go to shrift so they can get married.
Tybalt
Sonnet
Personification
What does Romeo ask the nurse to tell…
Go to shrift so they can get married.
Who is the "Prince of Cats"?
Tybalt
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English Romeo and Juliet Act 2
Friar Lawrence
Where does Romeo go after he leaves th…
To what does Romeo compare Juliet when…
How does Romeo learn about Juliet's lo…
Franciscan Priest ... herbalist
the Capulets orchard
"it is the east and Juliet is the sun"
he listens to her while she is on her balcony
Friar Lawrence
Franciscan Priest ... herbalist
Where does Romeo go after he leaves th…
the Capulets orchard
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Act 2 Romeo and Juliet Test English/Spanish
After the Capulet's ball, why does Rom…
Romeo
Why does Juliet say she does not want…
Marry... casarse
He wants to get away from them because they are picking on hi…
Who overhears Juliet speaking aloud her loving thoughts of Ro…
Because the moon changes and she wants his love to be constan…
Before parting what do the lovers decide to do?... Antes de part…
After the Capulet's ball, why does Rom…
He wants to get away from them because they are picking on hi…
Romeo
Who overhears Juliet speaking aloud her loving thoughts of Ro…
27 terms
Romeo and Juliet, Act 2
beloved
conjure
likeness
jest
dearly loved
summon into action or bring into existence
similarity in appearance or nature between persons or things
tell a joke; speak humorously
beloved
dearly loved
conjure
summon into action or bring into existence
19 terms
Act2 ROMEO&JULIET (english)
Chided
Confounds
Conjure
Discourses
Criticized,scolded
Confuses,obscured
Call up,summon
Talks,speaks
Chided
Criticized,scolded
Confounds
Confuses,obscured
65 terms
English Romeo and Juliet Act 1 and Act 2
After the Capulets' Ball, why does Rom…
Who overhears Juliet speaking aloud he…
Why does Juliet say she does not want…
Before parting, the young lovers decid…
He wanted to see Juliet and and he got tired of being made fun.
Romeo overhears her.
The moon is inconstant and changes. She wanted his love to be…
In order to make sure theier feelings remain the same, Juliet…
After the Capulets' Ball, why does Rom…
He wanted to see Juliet and and he got tired of being made fun.
Who overhears Juliet speaking aloud he…
Romeo overhears her.
8 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 2 - English I HON
conjure
idolatry
invocation
perjury
v.... to summon into action or ask for... The mayor _______d the t…
n.... the worship of a physical object as a god... His ________ of…
n.... an act of appealing for help... When terrible things befall…
n.... deliberately lying under oath... Because _______ is not acce…
conjure
v.... to summon into action or ask for... The mayor _______d the t…
idolatry
n.... the worship of a physical object as a god... His ________ of…
24 terms
Romeo & Juliet Act 2
It has vanished.
False.
a more serious side of Romeo.
Juliet is the sun.
What does the Chorus say about Romeo's love for Rosaline?
True or False. Benvolio and Mercutio know that Romeo has foun…
This scene shows
Romeo asks, "What light through yonder window breaks?" What d…
It has vanished.
What does the Chorus say about Romeo's love for Rosaline?
False.
True or False. Benvolio and Mercutio know that Romeo has foun…
60 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 2
Gapes
Beloved
Conjure
Discourses
To desire eagerly
To be loved
To make something
Formal conversation
Gapes
To desire eagerly
Beloved
To be loved
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Romeo and Juliet - Act 2
Purblind
Discourse
Fain
Perjuries
Lacking in vision, insight, and understanding.
To express verbally; to talk.
Feeling glad, happy, and pleased.
Going back on oaths or promises.
Purblind
Lacking in vision, insight, and understanding.
Discourse
To express verbally; to talk.
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Romeo and Juliet Act 2
Who has sent a challenge to Romeo and…
Why do they want to act so quickly?
What does Juliet seem most concerned a…
How does Romeo find out that Juliet sh…
Tybalt, for crashing the party
Passion, "Love", Fear of being discovered
His name is her enemy, not himself.
He overhears her.
Who has sent a challenge to Romeo and…
Tybalt, for crashing the party
Why do they want to act so quickly?
Passion, "Love", Fear of being discovered
14 terms
Romeo & Juliet Act 2
Chided
Confounds
Conjure
Discourses
criticized; scolded
confused, obscures
call up, summon
talks; speaks
Chided
criticized; scolded
Confounds
confused, obscures
Romeo and Juliet Act 2
What is the purpose of Romeo going to…
What does Romeo find out when he is un…
Juliet professes her love for Romeo by…
What does Romeo do when he hears Julie…
He wants to see if Juliet is as in love with Romeo as he is w…
Juliet is in love with Romeo and thinking about him.
"Oh Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?"
He professes his love for her.
What is the purpose of Romeo going to…
He wants to see if Juliet is as in love with Romeo as he is w…
What does Romeo find out when he is un…
Juliet is in love with Romeo and thinking about him.
30 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 2
An archetype is
What are the two major categories of a…
Archetype character--The hero:
Archetype character--The outcast:
a pattern from which copies can be made. ... Archetypes fall int…
1. Characters... 2. Situations/Symbols
The courageous figure, the one who's always running in and sa…
The outcast is just that. He or she has been cast out of soci…
An archetype is
a pattern from which copies can be made. ... Archetypes fall int…
What are the two major categories of a…
1. Characters... 2. Situations/Symbols
11 terms
Romeo and Juliet, Act 2
Who do Mercutio and Benvolio think Rom…
Why does Juliet want Romeo to have som…
When Juliet discovers Romeo at her Bal…
Why does Juliet fear the love that she…
Rosaline
Because their families are fighting
That they're moving too fast
She thinks they're moving too fast, and she fears the fight b…
Who do Mercutio and Benvolio think Rom…
Rosaline
Why does Juliet want Romeo to have som…
Because their families are fighting
10 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Vocabulary
Counterfeit
Cunning
Intercession
Invocation
made in imitation of something else with intent to deceive
cleverness or skill especially at tricking people in order to…
prayer, petition, or entreaty in favor of another
the act of asking for help or support especially from a god
Counterfeit
made in imitation of something else with intent to deceive
Cunning
cleverness or skill especially at tricking people in order to…
29 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 2
What does this section of the Act 2 Pr…
Why is Mercutio making fun of Romeo?
What is Romeo doing?
Explain the following lines:... But soft…
The Act 2 Prologue has a bit of a warning that things seem to…
Mercutio thinks that Romeo is still in love with Rosaline and…
Romeo is hiding in the Capulet orchard hoping to see Juliet.
Romeo is using a metaphor (Juliet is the sun). It is a contin…
What does this section of the Act 2 Pr…
The Act 2 Prologue has a bit of a warning that things seem to…
Why is Mercutio making fun of Romeo?
Mercutio thinks that Romeo is still in love with Rosaline and…
10 terms
Romeo and Juliet act 2
Jest
Impetous
Judicious
Garish
to joke
impulsive
(adj.) using or showing good judgment, wise, sensible
(adj.) glaring; tastelessly showy or overdecorated in a vulga…
Jest
to joke
Impetous
impulsive
12 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 2
Cease
Conjure
Desire
Excels
to put an end or stop to something
To call upon
A wish; want
Far exceeds; does better
Cease
to put an end or stop to something
Conjure
To call upon
30 terms
Romeo & Juliet Act 2
Instead of returning home, where does…
What is a soliloquy and how is it used…
By whose name does Mercutio call for R…
How does Romeo learn of Juliet's love…
After the ball, Romeo goes over the wall and into the Capulet…
A soliloquy is a dramatic monologue spoken aloud by a charact…
Mercutio keeps calling for Romeo in Rosaline's name.
He overhears Juliet speaking of her love for him when she thi…
Instead of returning home, where does…
After the ball, Romeo goes over the wall and into the Capulet…
What is a soliloquy and how is it used…
A soliloquy is a dramatic monologue spoken aloud by a charact…
10 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 2
esteem
obscured
boisterous
envious
to regard highly or with respect
not easily seen
rough and noisy
jealous
esteem
to regard highly or with respect
obscured
not easily seen
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Act 2 Romeo & Juliet
discourses
baleful
counsel
confounds
speaks
Harmful... evil
Advice
confused; obscures
discourses
speaks
baleful
Harmful... evil
12 terms
Romeo and Juliet ACT 2
conjure
invocation
perjury
variable
to appeal earnestly, to plead
a serious request or a prayer asking for help
telling a lie while swearing to tell the truth
changeable
conjure
to appeal earnestly, to plead
invocation
a serious request or a prayer asking for help
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